With the Yellow Mask in prison, Clark Kent and Lois Lane begin their new assignment for the Daily Planet. They are to write articles that will help get District Attorney Parker thrown out of office. According to evidence Ralph Renson – a former assistant for the district attorney – has, Parker has been using his office to set free known criminals and racketeers. Perry White is hoping for backing from Mayor Healey. Healey’s goal is to rid Metropolis of corruption and crime. The only major problem is that the general public believes that Parker is a philanthropist. However, Renson is willing to do anything to bring down Parker. He agrees to meet with Lois and Clark about their first article at four o’clock. !
Meanwhile, District Attorney Parker is worried. He knows that Renson has given proof of his illegal activities to the Daily Planet. Had anyone other than Renson had given this evidence to the newspaper, Parker could have easily bribed that person. However, Renson cannot be bought so easily, and strong-arm tactics will only make things worse for the D.A. Just then, someone who is only heard and not seen enters Parker’s office. He calls himself the Invisible Man, and for $100,000, he’ll make it so the articles written against Parker will never see print.
–Partial review by James Lantz. Read the whole article at: http://www.supermanhomepage.com/radio/radio.php?topic=radio-reviews/111140-invisibleman. Used by permission from the Superman Home Page.